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Tioman Island, or more fondly known by the locals as Pulau Tioman is a small island located in the state of Pahang in Peninsular Malaysia.  It is one of the top tourist destinations in the region.  It is 32 nautical miles off the town of Mersing in North-East direction towards South china Sea.  The size of the island of Tioman is 108.26 km˛ about 1/10 the size of the island of Penang and about 1/4 the size of the island of Langkawi.

How tourists can reach Paya Village in Pulau Tioman

1. If you plan to come by land, you have to come to the Mersing Jetty in the state of Johor or Endau (Tg. Gemuk) Jetty in the state of Pahang.

Once you reach any of the jetties, you can purchase your ferry return tickets.  Ferries here make about 2 return trips per day - one in the morning and another in the afternoon. However, if you miss the ferry you would have to stay in one of the budget hotels in Mersing or in Endau for the next trip to Tioman.

The ferry will stop at Genting Village first and then proceed to stop at Paya Village where tourists will disembarked.  If you fail to disembark, you will have to stop at Tekek Village and take a water taxi back to Paya village.

2. If you plan to come by plane, you have to take your flight from Skypark Subang Terminal (Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport) in Subang, Selangor or from Seletar Airport in Singapore.  The flight is Berjaya Air and the plane will land at Tekek Village as there is a small airport.  There tourists will have to take a water taxi to Paya village.  It is about 10 minutes journey.


An Odysseyian Conception of Paya Village

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